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paid media internships

Digital Media Placement (DMP)

Digital Media Placement (DMP) is a paid internship for students who have completed their first year of a digital media related degree. It offers 10-12 weeks of paid work, with a salary of £18,000 pro rata (or the equivalent in local currency). The DMP placement is funded by the UK government and delivered through universities.

The position has been designed for students majoring in journalism, film production or animation. You must be looking to gain valuable experience in your chosen field and be able to demonstrate this through your portfolio or CV. If you’re passionate about media, enjoy working collaboratively as part of a team and want to learn more about how it operates at an industry level then this could be the ideal opportunity for you!

Paid – Digital Marketing Intern

This internship will be working with the Digital Marketing team to support the day to day activities of the team. The intern will assist in creating content for our website and social media channels, including blogs, articles and email marketing campaigns. They will also help create landing pages for events and products as well as assist with website analytics and reporting. This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to get their feet wet in digital marketing!

Paid Social Media Internship

Paid Social Media Internship

This internship is a great opportunity to learn and develop your social media skills. You will work one day per week with the social media team and write, edit, and research content for our channels. You will also get to spend time in the office on Fridays, where you’ll be able to connect with other interns, take part in our weekly brainstorming sessions, and ask questions about how we use social media at our company.

You can expect that this program will be a minimum of six months long (it may be longer).

Paid Summer Internship – Paid Search Analyst

  • Company Name:
  • Location:
  • Description: This paid summer internship is for a Paid Search Analyst at Company Name. You will be working with a team of 3 other analysts, who are part of the company’s paid search campaign management team. The position offers great learning opportunities and experience in Content Management, Campaign Optimization, Keyword Research and Reporting.
  • Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in Business Administration or Marketing related field; 2-year degree preferred but not required; Basic knowledge of HTML/CSS (preferred but not required); Basic proficiency using Microsoft Office applications including Excel and Word; Experience using Google Analytics is preferred but not required
  • Application link: [link to application]Open until March 15th

Paid Internship – Social Media and Promotion

  • Social Media and Promotion

This internship is for a student who is interested in learning about how to promote content to different audiences. This role will be responsible for creating social media posts, writing blog and website copy, and promoting events on various platforms like Facebook and Instagram.

  • Location: New York City
  • What you’ll do:
  • Create social media posts for both internal and external audiences
  • Distribute content across multiple channels
  • Write blog posts about topics related to our business (e.g., marketing)
  • Support team members with projects as needed
  • How To Apply: Please send your resume, cover letter telling us why you’re interested in this internship, and samples of your work (if applicable) to [email protected].

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Looking for an opportunity to learn the ins and outs of digital marketing? You’re in luck: there are a ton of unpaid media internships out there. Here’s what you need to know about them so you can decide if it’s the right fit for you.

What is an unpaid media internship? An unpaid media internship is any internship where you’re not being paid for your work. Companies will usually provide compensation in other forms such as college credit, college experience or just plain exposure to the field.

How do I get one of these? Unpaid media internships are often listed on sites like InternMatch and even LinkedIn (yes, they have job listings). Some companies post their openings directly on their websites. If you’re looking into working with a large organization like Conde Nast or Hearst Magazines, they also typically recruit interns through their own channels rather than relying on third-party job boards like InternMatch (though this isn’t always true). The best way to find opportunities is through networking—reach out personally via email or phone call instead of submitting an online application form all at once!

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